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Il video a 360° come supporto didattico. Un caso di studio nell’insegnamento di Analisi Sensoriale degli Alimenti

  • Erminio Monteleone
  • Lapo Pierguidi

The chapter presents a case study based on the design, development, and testing of an interactive 360° video applied to the teaching of Sensory Analysis of Food at the University of Florence. The case study describes the design of 360° video storyboards and the creation of the video by the use of 360° cameras for reproducing a sensory laboratory environment. Video enrichment with Vivista, an educational software allowing lecturers to embed interaction points (e.g. quizzes, texts, images) within the 360° videos is also described. Different immersive modalities for the use of the videos with students in different contexts are described and discussed. The chapter concludes with a reflection on the opportunities that 360° videos may provide to university students for practice and experience.

  • Keywords:
  • 360 video,
  • technology-enhanced learning,
  • higher education,
  • sensory science,
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Erminio Monteleone

University of Florence, Italy - ORCID: 0000-0002-9149-969X

Lapo Pierguidi

University of Florence, Italy - ORCID: 0000-0003-4116-5584

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Chapter Information

Chapter Title

Il video a 360° come supporto didattico. Un caso di studio nell’insegnamento di Analisi Sensoriale degli Alimenti

Authors

Erminio Monteleone, Lapo Pierguidi

Language

Italian

DOI

10.36253/978-88-5518-646-9.11

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2022

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© 2022 Author(s)

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Book Title

Il video a 360° nella didattica universitaria

Book Subtitle

Modelli ed esperienze

Editors

Maria Ranieri, Damiana Luzzi, Stefano Cuomo

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Number of Pages

164

Publication Year

2022

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© 2022 Author(s)

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CC BY 4.0

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Firenze University Press

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10.36253/978-88-5518-646-9

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978-88-5518-645-2

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978-88-5518-646-9

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Studi e saggi

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2704-6478

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2704-5919

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